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Genesis, the low-code/no-code platform built for financial markets, has launched a beta version of Genesis Studio, a full-stack no-code builder tool, along with the Genesis Academy pilot education programme, as part of its newest platform updates. 
Genesis Studio is a full-stack no-code development environment for building real-time applications for financial markets. It allows users to design their data model and user interface in a single tool, simplifying the creation of event-driven applications that require high performance and resilience. More on Genesis Studio:
Genesis Studio integrates directly with source control technologies such as Git, enabling a seamless development experience between no code in Genesis Studio and low code in the user’s preferred integrated development environment of choice. 
Direct source control integration also allows Genesis Studio to integrate with existing CI/CD pipelines, further accelerating IT delivery.
“Genesis Studio allows financial markets firms to use the tools and workflows they are already comfortable with, rather than imposing new processes,” says Stephen Murphy, CEO of Genesis. “This is one of the many ways Genesis provides flexibility and empowers customers to ‘buy to build’ applications on their terms. Critically, Genesis Studio also helps customers break free of vendor lock-in by offering access to their code and control over their IP. We want to provide a seamless and holistic development experience to help customers build applications faster, and we’re looking forward to rolling out Genesis Studio to more clients soon.”
Additional updates announced today address customer education and database integration. The new offerings and updates include:
Genesis Academy: A new pilot programme with example applications, instructor-led classroom lessons and documentation that helps users to get up and running on the Genesis platform as quickly as possible. Currently in limited availability, Genesis plans to make the new academy available to more customers later this year. 
Oracle & enhanced database integration: Genesis has enhanced its database integration tooling, which enables users to rapidly and automatically construct a Genesis application from legacy relational databases – offering a higher-degree of automation and wider database coverage, and now includes support for Oracle databases.
“Applications built upon legacy relational databases have become too inefficient, too difficult to change or too risky to operate, in terms of regulatory compliance and oversight,” says Murphy. ”Our platform advancements make it much faster for users to get started building replacements for legacy applications. The easier we can make it to replace these legacy applications, the better.”

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